October

INTERVIEW: ABIGAIL SIA ’15, FORDHAM LAW 2L

Abigail Sia is a Long Island native and a current 2L student at Fordham University School of Law in New York City. She is the first in her family to pursue a graduate degree. At Hopkins, Abigail double-majored in International Studies and East Asian Studies and minored in Economics. Outside…
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INTERVIEW: LAUREN ALTUS ’17, PENN LAW 2L

Lauren Altus is from Hewlett, NY where she lived her whole life. She attended Hewlett High school where she was involved with the school newspaper, literary magazine, and cheerleading. Lauren graduated from high school in 2013 and went straight to Johns Hopkins University. She applied as an English major but…
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Interview: Hope Daily, Columbia Law School 2L

Hope Daily is originally from a suburb just north of Baltimore, MD. She graduated from a small Catholic high school in 2011 and decided to stay close to home for college when she chose to attend Hopkins. At Hopkins, she began with a major in International Studies, which she enjoyed…
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INTERVIEW: CHELSEA RINNIG (JHU ’11), PEACE CORPS ZAMBIA VOLUNTEER

Background & Bio Chelsea Rinnig grew up in Los Angeles, California and graduated from Santa Monica High School in 2007. She matriculated to Johns Hopkins as a Bloomberg Scholar that fall and double majored in History and Writing Seminars. She contributed as an active member for a variety of organizations…
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INTERVIEW: DAN LASMAN (JHU ‘14), HARVARD LAW SCHOOL 2L

Dan Lasman grew up in Newton, Massachusetts and graduated from The Maimonides School in May 2010. Entering Hopkins, he was undecided about his course of study. After dabbling in the English and Global Environmental Change and Sustainability departments, Dan chose to major in International Studies. The multi-disciplinary nature of the…
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